noun, plural O·nas, (especially collectively) O·na for def. 1.
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How to use Ona in a sentence
No, not if you say that you think Cousin Ona will not be likely to connect it with my appearance here.
Cousin Ona spoke to Mr. Sylvester this morning in a way that made my very heart stand still.
My informant was Sarah, the somewhat gossiping woman whom Ona has about her as seamstress and maid.
"It is getting time for me to dress," murmured Ona, sinking back on her pillow and speaking in her most languid tone of voice.
Any one who speaks from the heart, acquires a certain eloquence, and Ona for once was speaking from her heart.